If you are planning to bring your own gear, remember you will need to bring the device, controllers, cables and a monitor. We do have some spare monitors, so let me know if you can’t bring one and we can try to arrange something.
For more information on this event or to discuss supporting it please contact Micheal Roberts on 0457 525 611 or email email@example.com.
This April (2017) School Holidays I will be running a video gaming event for the City of Greater Geraldton called “The Spawn Point”,a Pop-up Video Gaming Zone being setup on the 10th of April and the 18th where anyone can come down and play some competitive video games against other players.
This week join Ello from Onyx eSports, Ninja from Negative Synergy, New host Polter and Disconcur as we discuss the ANZ Championship results, Look at the current team state, Talk about the patch changes and new hero Xul hitting the nexus.
The first open qualifier is finished, with Negative Synergy and Fresh claiming the first seeds into the ANZ championship. Come chat with Disconcur as he discusses the weekend with members from Negative Synergy and Fresh along with caster of the event Happyrage. Also of note on the show is a short discussion with Li-Ming, the new hero and also the changes in the new content patch.
As always you can watch Heroes Untapped live every Wednesday at 9PM AEDT on twitch.tv/disconcur.
PTR notes, Meta changing balance changes, New Heroes announced, amazing skins and a regional qualifiers just a few days away.
This weeks of episode of Heroes Untapped discusses a lot about the state and future state of the Heroes games along with a focus on the ANZ region. Also this weeks all the guests are live from Kruvin’s House!
Hey Everyone! It has been a while since I uploaded a casting video for Heroes of the Storm so here is one I did the other day between Onyx eSports and Team Space Sharks.
These two teams are really making a concerted effort to become a force ro be reckoned with in the Australian and New Zealand scene. Both teams regularly get together to not only scrim each other, but to play the game and talk shop.
Interesting fact about Team Space Sharks, they are the team I started! I started the team because I wanted to get a taste of what it was like to be on the other side of a tournament, but in the end I had to choose between playing or shoutcasting. I decided to focus on casting and ultimately left the team, but the Sharks continued on without me, recruited to fill their roster, and are starting to look really polished.
Onyx eSports might be the new kid on the block, but they are no means any less polished. Onyx eSports is a well oiled machine and they have some very dedicated players on their roster. Another fun fact: Ello from Onyx eSports is also an Ex-Space Shark member. We’re everywhere 😉
Anyhow, enjoy the first of what will be many offline casting vids as we charge towards an action packed 2016.
If you play in the Australian and New Zealand region and would like to have one of your games casted, hit me up on Facebook or Twitter.